Soham Village College students celebrate with 67 per cent achieving grades A* - C in maths and English
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Students from Soham Village College are celebrating after 67 per cent achieved the equivalent of grades A* - C in both maths and English.
More than 50 students achieved A*-A grades or equivalent in most of their subjects, despite some of the GCSE grading having changed this year.
Alice Sizer gained the highest possible grade of 9 in the new English Language, English Literature and maths GCSES, as well as a further seven A* grades.
Other students who achieved the highest grades in most of their subjects included Robert Armer, Jodie Brown, Edward Chen, Emily Gillings, Helen Hall, Eve Henderson, Ellis Hociej, Felix Jewkes, Spencer Morris, Anna Peake, Martha Scott, Izzy Townsend and Amy Watson.
Jon Hampson, head of school, said: “We are very pleased that so many students of all abilities have made such good progress across the whole range of GCSE subjects.
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“We congratulate them and wish them every success as they move onto the next phase of their education or training.”
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